In 2018 I experienced lots of growth in my work and a strong sense of direction. I displayed paintings and sculpture in 25 exhibits – double the amount from 2017! I created 50 new paintings in the studio and outdoors (en plein air), studying seasonal changes in the landscape. And I focused on combining my artistic goals with my passion for environmental advocacy in two major ocean conservation art projects: sculpting over 100 ceramic sea turtle hatchlings, and stitching 24 baskets from salvaged “ghost net” fishing rope.Continue reading “Growth and Direction: 2018 year in review”
For the first time, I’m releasing several limited series of small original encaustic wax paintings on my web shop.
I’ve spent a lot of time outdoors this fall, painting the autumn leaves and using lots of color!
See my work in all mediums and get a glimpse of my process – Oct. 20-21 in Forest Grove, OR!
Paintings of Kauai’s busiest north shore beaches, now blocked by the April 2018 flood.
The story behind my 4 ft wide painting, “Summer Heat at Short Beach,” my first contribution to an ongoing pano-mural project documenting change along each mile of the Pacific coast.